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Cane Corso

Tara de origine: Italia.
Istoric: este o rasa straveche, urmasa a Mastiffilor romani. A fost
aproape de disparitie dupa cel de Al Doilea Razboi Mondial, dar a
fost revitalizat de catre iubitorii rasei. Era folosit ca vanator pentru
animale mari, manator de vite si paznic al casei si cirezilor de animale.
Descriere fizica: Cane Corso este un caine mare, musculos si puternic,
mai lung decat este inalt. Are un cap lat, cu un bot scurt si lat, falci
puternice. Buza superioara formeaza un "V" intors Ochii sunt inchisi
la culoare, nasul este negru, iar urechile de dimensiuni medii lasate
sau semierecte sunt de obicei, taiate si crescute erecte. Coada este
groasa si se taie. Pielea groasa nu formeaza riduri, iar blana este scurta
si aspra, colorata in negru, gri, cafeniu sau tubby (dungi de cafeniu si gri).
Inaltime: 60-69 cm.
Greutate: 40-50 kg.
Temperament: este un caine temperat, usor de dresat, linistit, loial
si afectuos cu familia sa, inclusiv cu copiii dar foarte precaut cu strainii.
Este foarte protectiv, inteligent si deseori distant. Atata timp cat este
bine socializat, se descurca excelent cu alte animale.
Nivel de activitate: moderat.
Cel mai bun stapan: cainii din aceasta rasa se descurca cel mai bine
cu un stapan
experimentat in cresterea cainilor de paza intr-o casa
suburbana sau rurala. Se pot adapta la
viata dintr-un apartament daca
au parte de suficienta miscare.
Nevoi speciale: curte ingradita, lesa, socializare, dresaj.
Posibile probleme de sanatate: balonare, cherry eye, raie, ectropion,
entropion, displazie de sold.

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Standardul rasei Cane Corso

 CI-Standard N° 343  / 06. 06. 2007/ GB

(Cane Corso Italiano)

TRANSLATION : Dr. Antonio Morsiani, Dr. J.-M. Paschoud and
Prof. R. Triquet.

ORIGIN : Italy.


UTILIZATION :  Guard-, protection-, police-and tracking dog.

CLASSIFICATION F.C.I. :  Group 2 Pinscher and Schnauzer, Molossian
and Swiss  Mountain- and Cattledogs.
Section  2.1  Molosside breeds, Mastiff
Without working trial.

BRIEF HISTORICAL SUMMARY : Its direct ancestor is the old
Roman Molossian.  Formerly scattered all over Italy, in the recent past,
the breed was only prevalent in the Province Apulia and in the adjacent
regions of Southern Italy.  His name derives from the Latin « cohors »,
which means « protector, guardian
of the farmyard ».

GENERAL APPEARANCE : Medium to large-sized.  Robust and
sturdy, nevertheless elegant.  Lean, powerful muscles.

IMPORTANT PROPORTIONS : The  length of the head reaches 36 %
of the height at withers.  The dog is somewhat longer than high.

BEHAVIOUR / TEMPERAMENT : Guardian of property, family and
livestock; extremely agile and responsive.  In the past, it has been used
for herding cattle and hunting big game.

HEAD : Large and typically molossoid.  The upper longitudinal axes of
the skull and the muzzle converge slightly.
Skull : Wide; at the zygomatic arches its witdh is equal to or greater
than its length.  Convex in front, it becomes fairly flat behind the
forehead as far as the occiput.  The medio-frontal furrow is visible.
Stop : Marked.

Nose : Black and large with ample, open nostrils, on the same
line as the nasal bridge.
Muzzle : Noticeably shorter than the skull (ratio muzzle : skull
approximately 1 : 2).  Strong, square; the front part of the muzzle is
flat; the lateral surfaces are parallel; the muzzle is as wide as long.  
The profile of the nasal bridge is straight.
Lips : The upper lips hang moderately and cover the mandible,
so that the lower profile of the muzzle is determined by the lips.
Jaws/Teeth : Jaws very large, thick and curved.  Slightly undershot.
Level bite acceptable, but not sought after.
Eyes : Medium-sized, ovoid, looking directly forward, slightly
protruding.  Eyelids close fitting.  Colour of iris as dark as possible,
depending from the colour of the coat.  Expression keen and attentive.
Ears : Triangular, drooping, with a wide set on high above the
zygomatic arches.  Often cropped in the
shape of an equilateral triangle.

NECK : Strong, muscular, as long as the head.

BODY : The body is somewhat longer than the height at the
withers.  Sturdily built, but not squat.
Withers : Pronounced, rising above the level of the croup.
Back : Rectilinear, very muscular and firm.
Loins : Short and strong.
Croup : Long, wide, slightly inclined.
Chest : Well developed in three dimensions, reaches to the elbow.

TAIL : Set on fairly high; very thick at the root. The tail is docked
at the fourth vertebra.  In action carried high, but never curled nor erect.


Shoulders : Long, oblique, very muscular.
Upper arm : Strong.
Forearm : Straight, very strong.
Carpal joint and pasterns : Elastic.
Forefeet : Cat feet.

Upper thigh : Long, wide, back line of thigh convex.
Lower thigh : Strong, not fleshy.
Hocks : Moderately angulated.
Metatarsals : Thick and sinewy.
Hindfeet : Slightly less compact than the forefeet.

GAIT / MOVEMENT  : Long stride, extended trot.  
The preferred gait is the trot.

SKIN : Fairly thick, rather close fitting.


HAIR : Short, shiny, very dense with a light undercoat.

COLOUR : Black, lead-grey, slate-grey, light grey, light fawn;
stag red and dark fawn; brindle (stripes on different shades of
fawn or grey); in fawn coloured and brindle dogs the black or
grey mask on the muzzle should not go beyond the line of the
eyes.  A small white patch on the chest, on the tips of the feet and
on the bridge of the nose is acceptable.

Height at withers :  Males  from 64 to 68 cm, females  
from 60 to 64 cm.
Tolerance of 2 cm more or less.

Weight :  Males  from 45 to 50 kg, females  from 40 to 45 kg.

FAULTS : Any departure from the foregoing points should be
considered a fault and the seriousness with which the fault should
be regarded should be in exact proportion to its degree and its
effect upon the health and welfare of the dog.

Axes of muzzle and skull parallel or too converging; lateral
surfaces of the muzzle converging.
Partial depigmentation of the nose.
Scissor bite; pronounced undershot mouth.
Ring-tail, tail in vertical position.
Permanent amble when trotting.
Over-or undersize.

Aggressive or overly shy.
Axes of muzzle and skull diverging.
Total depigmentation of the nose.
Bridge of nose very hollow, ramss nose.
Overshot mouth.
Partial or complete palpebral depigmentation.  
Wall eye; strabism.
Tailless, short tail (docked or not).
Semi-long, smooth or fringed hair.
All colours not indicated in the standard; large white patches.

Any dog clearly showing physical or behavioural abnormalities
shall be disqualified.

N.B. : Male animals should have two apparently normal testicles
fully descended into the scrotum.

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